On Thursday, 12 July 2012 at 19:52:13 UTC, ixid wrote:
This may not qualify as a bug though it's not helpful. If you stop a StopWatch from std.datetime that's not been started it gets set to a garbage time value rather than remaining at 0. This seems like inconsistent behaviour as stopping a started stopwatch retains the time value that it had when it was stopped. A linked enhancement request would be that it would be nice to have a dedicated 'isStarted' boolean member function to check if a StopWatch is running or not rather than checking that time has passed.


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David

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